Body Signs Positive HIV (1)
HIV is a nightmare for everyone.
Those who have tested positive for HIV, unfortunately reluctant to perform a shame.
The amount of HIV virus in the blood can be very high in just a few weeks after infection positive.
If you have general symptoms following, as quoted from Health.com (01/04), immediately do the HIV test so as not to infect other people.
One of the first signs was found to be a mild fever temperature reaches 39 degrees Celsius. Often experience fever, accompanied by other symptoms, such as fatigue, swollen lymph nodes and sore throat, should begin to suspect.
Fatigue can be an early sign of someone having HIV. An inflammatory response by the immune system, causing a person to feel tired easily.
Joint pain, muscle aches, and swollen lymph nodes.
This condition is often referred to simply mistaken for flu symptoms, syphilis or hepatitis mononucleosis. Lymph nodes are part of the immune system and tend inflamed when an infection.
Sore throat and head.
Frequent headaches and throat are also suspect. Because HIV attacks the immune system and weaken it, which makes the body more susceptible to infection.
Skin rash usually arises early or late in the progression of HIV. “It looks like a reddish blotches and very itchy in my arms,” said Ron, one of the people with HIV.
Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Approximately 30-60 percent of people experience nausea, vomiting or diarrhea in the early stages of HIV. “Chronic diarrhea and do not respond to drugs is an indication,” said Michael Horberg, MD, director of HIV / AIDS at Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, California.
“If people with HIV are losing weight, it means your immune system is down,” said Carlos Malvestutto, MD, infectious disease and immunology instructor of the department of medicine at the NYU School of Medicine, New York. Weight loss of more than 10 percent of their body weight, diarrhea, tiredness and a fever of more than 30 days, could be a signal of the HIV virus has infected the body.
Dry cough that occurred for one year and getting worse could be a sign that the immune system began to fail because of the HIV virus in the body. (To be continued)